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SubjectRe: files bigger than 2 GB
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>>>>> Petr Vandrovec writes:

> On 12 Sep 00 at 19:02, Matti Aarnio wrote:
>> ReiserFS: Propably works
>> EXT2: works
>> Coda: Not (local cache issues, protocol is ok.)
>> UFS: works (although not complete vs. O_LARGEFILE flag use.)
>> NFSv2: protocol is limited to 2G-1
>> NFSv3: protocol is ok, not sure of Linux implementation status.
>> SAMBA: works (but linux kernel SMBFS might be another story)

> Matti,
> if you are maintaining such table, you can add

> NCPfs: protocol is limited to 4G-1, Linux implementation to 2G-1

> I do not plan any change until Novell discloses 64bit NCP file api.

Petr,

have a look at my (work in progress) page
<http://www.suse.de/~aj/linux_lfs.html>, it contains the table now.

Andreas
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